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We have moved! 

As of June 20, 2024, please visit us in our NEW location, BA 110! 

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Summer Activities 

  • Bridal Veil Falls Hike
    • June 21, 1:00 PM
    • Meet at Bonneville Shoreline Trail

To learn more about DHH activities, e-mail [email protected]

Summer Learning Specialist Open Office Hours

  • Meet with Learning Specialists to learn how to use Glean and get support with your academic skill-building needs!

Go to our Programs page for open hours dates and times! 

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Welcome to Accessibility Services! We provide accommodations for students and visitors with disabilities, including temporary conditions and pregnancy accommodations. Our goal is to make Utah Valley University an accessible campus for individuals with disabilities by facilitating academic success and advocating for their educational rights.

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities and guarantees that all students with disabilities have the same opportunities as non-disabled students. ADA accommodations may help when a disability creates obstacles that make it difficult to access an education or resources on campus. Learn more about qualifying conditions, how to receive a diagnosis, and available accommodations on our Getting Started page.

Apply for Accommodations

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Apply for Accommodations (for students who are not yet registered with Accessibility Services)
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Renew Accommodations

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Renew (for students that have already been approved for accommodations)
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Log In to Clockwork

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Online portal for all Accessibility Services needs
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Faculty Information

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All the information faculty will need to know about how to utilize Accessibility Services
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Learning Strategies

Meet one-on-one with a Learning Specialist to develop organization, test taking, and other study skills OR join us at Open Office Hours to learn how to use your notetaking technology!

Learning Specialist Services

Peer Mentoring

Work with a mentor for the school year to receive additional support while adjusting to college life and developing the skills needed for success. Available for students under age 22 who are registered with Accessibility Services.

Peer Mentoring

Report an Access Barrier

If you have encountered a disability-related access barrier on campus, please report it to us.

Report an Access Barrier

Campus Partners

Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services

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Connect with communication access services such as American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting, closed captioning, transcribing, note-taking, and more.
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Accessible Technology Center

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Access alternative formatting for instructional materials and other accessible technology, including text-to-speech software and screen readers. Textbooks and other class materials can be processed and converted into more accessible formats, such as audio, enlarged text, or Braille.
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Accommodative Testing Center

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Schedule testing arrangements that fit individual accommodations, like distraction-reduced testing rooms, readers and scribes, and assistive devices.
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Accessibility Services

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